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Topic - Ward Burton
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.
There is another NASCAR winner named Burton.
Jeb Burton was more than a little emotional after winning the pole position for Saturday's truck race at Martinsville Speedway, the track just about 60 miles from where he grew up in South Boston.
Turner Motorsports has signed Jeb Burton to drive a full Truck Series schedule next season and a limited Nationwide Series schedule.
Ward Burton's transition from race car driver to parent of a race car driver hasn't always been easy.
Former Daytona 500 winner Ward Burton is getting back behind the wheel in NASCAR. He's bringing his son along, too.
"This is the most special moment in motorsports I've ever experienced, and I know it is for my family, too," Ward Burton said.
"I just wanted the laps to end," Ward Burton said. "It's the most special moment in motorsports I've ever experienced."